Chelsea are set to offer Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori new five-year deals, to build on the new found optimism at the club under Frank Lampard.
As reported by The Guardian, Abraham is set to more than double his £50,000-a-week wages after bagging seven goals in his past four games. Tomori’s deal runs out in 2021, and is set to sign a new contract after establishing himself in the first team this season.
Under Frank Lampard and his fearlessness in blooding in Chelsea’s Academy prospects, Chelsea are slowly turning their transfer ban into a positive for the club, with supporters loving the likes of Abraham, Mount and Tomori saucing it up in recent weeks.
Abraham became Chelsea’s youngest-ever hat-trick scorer on the weekend, while Tomori scored an absolute screamer in their 5-2 victory against Wolves, with both players showcasing exactly why they’re regarded as the future of the club by Frank Lampard. Callum Hudson-Odoi is also expected to sign a new deal at Stamford Bridge to put the long-rumoured exit rumours to bed.
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